Thanks. It's not completely unambiguous, but I guess it does suggest that it's a generated one.
You are asking questions here that aren't related to aMSN
I thought talking about the protocol was okay in this forum, since it's indirectly related to aMSN development, being an MSN client.I wasn't informed that it wasn't okay. The board rules don't prohibit it either.
you should do your own homework and try to figure things out yourself before wasting the time of others for things you could do yourself
You're assuming I didn't try to figure things out and just barged in here asking questions. This is not the case. $DEITY forbid I get confused about something or make an error!
When you ask questions and I tell give you the answer and tell you you're wasting my time with stupid questions, you should say "oh sorry, i'll try reading the docs again", not start arguing and telling me to take it 'easy'... That's just being rude, and I don't answer to rude people!
You were being rude with your attitude, which is why I told you to take it easy. I argued because I did read the documentation and didn't see an unambigous note about it.
Did you read that page yourself? It says "Requesting a Switchboard Session
" and "Getting Invited to a Switchboard Session
". Also, for RNG, it says:
The first parameter is the session ID of the new switchboard session. Every switchboard session has a unique ID, and each principal invited will use the same session ID. You will need this for authenticating with the switchboard.
Finally, on MSNP8:SBMiscellaneous
, for CAL it says:
If successful, the server will respond with another CAL with the same TrID, the string RINGING as the first parameter, and the session ID of this switchboard session as the second parameter.
If I'm really wasting your time, there are nicer ways to say so.